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Local drilling picks up (video)

Energy companies counting on shale

January 24, 2013

As the number of deep-well natural gas drilling sites continues to inch upward each month in the Mahoning Valley, energy companies also are raising their predictions for local success....

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unitedfortruth

Jan-25-13 1:15 PM

billdog...thats snow. it'll be ok.

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Zenieth

Jan-24-13 1:51 PM

You got that right dog .......

It's never too soon to switch over to bottled water.

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Billdog

Jan-24-13 12:21 PM

The sky is falling.

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rigging

Jan-24-13 10:48 AM

People,they have been drilling these wells for years at the clinton formation. That is about 4 to 5000 feet down. These wells are 10000 feet deep not even close to the water table but as ive said before the media has made it known of people getting money, and the amounts. you didnt here 10 years ago when somebody had a well on there property because it was lower volumes. Ignorance is king I guess. So go back to crying you dont have any land or its not fair they got something. I didnt.

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rigging

Jan-24-13 10:47 AM

People,they have been drilling these wells for years at the clinton formation. That is about 4 to 5000 feet down. These wells are 10000 feet deep not even close to the water table but as ive said before the media has made it known of people getting money, and the amounts. you didnt here 10 years ago when somebody had a well on there property because it was lower volumes. Ignorance is king I guess. So go back to crying you dont have any land or its not fair they got something. I didnt.

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insider

Jan-24-13 9:18 AM

I urge everyone to see the documentary "Fracknation". Only a doctrinaire environmentalist would fail to have their eyes opened by the facts laid out in it.

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Zenieth

Jan-24-13 9:14 AM

Well, to start with. You can't expect to be lifted back up as the area has been in Dire Straits for over twenty five years. At best, maybe in our lifetime we still improvement but never what we had prior to our great collapse. People need to put their hope and faith in something that is NOT man made. As always, false hope leads to disastrous consequences.

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Daniel

Jan-24-13 9:11 AM

WOW, Look at that crowd of employed workers!

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Zenieth

Jan-24-13 8:20 AM

Once again that "Good Ole Shale Industry" is bringing the new found fame to the valley. I certainly hope we live to see the day that all of these projected jobs become a reality. I suggest bottled water for consumption immediately. This will increase your chances to see this wonderful event unfold .........

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FairyGrandmother

Jan-24-13 7:38 AM

**** ready .gov/earthquakes

Bookmark it - you'll need it.

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